Where the Sidewalk Chalk Ends NYC: A One Night Art Exhibit With Russell Powell
DoubleDown.Digital is proud to announce Where the Sidewalk Chalk Ends NYC, a one-night only art exhibit showcasing the works of hand stamp artist Russell Powell on October 27th from 4:00-9:00 pm at One Art Space, located at 23 Warren Street, NYC. Join Russell Powell for an unforgettable experience of cocktails, conversation, art and of course a few surprises.
View his distinctive hand stamp collection featuring unique portraits of musicians and historical figures, indigenous people, and animals; large format hand stamps and augmented reality pop art. During this rare east coast showing new collaborative and solo works will be unveiled, including a special nature inspired piece created with Russell’s elementary art students.
Videos of Russell's hand stamping process have garnered millions of views on popular social media platforms and have been applauded by celebrities including Rohan Marley, Run DMC, Cedric The Entertainer, among others. Stop by to see what has the digital world talking!
About Russell Powell
Russell Powell’s method of hand stamping is to create a portrait on his hand and then transfer the image to paper. Hand stamping, which took over two and half years to refine, utilizes both color and black and white ink. Although each portrait is created on a raised surface, each piece is incredibly detailed.
Most recently, Russell was proud to have a spread in Ripley's Believe It or Not! Odd is Art book. In conjunction with the book launch, Ripley's commissioned a special piece featuring the faces of 16 historic guitarists in the shape of a guitar. Russell was also featured on the cover of Content Magazine.
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